FPA Honors Advisors for Work With Sick, Needy
The FPA recognizes two advisors, one for his work with the underserved Latino community and another for his work with cancer patients.
Americans Would Rather Talk About Sex or Death Than Retirement
A study from Northwestern Mutual found that more than two in five Americans have not spoken to anyone about their retirement.
Investor Confidence Ticks Up, Indexes Show
Outlooks for the economy and labor market have either improved or roughly stayed the same throughout August, three major confidence measures show.
Mariner Names New Investment Strategist, Wealth CIO
William Greiner has been elevated to chief investment strategist of Mariner Holdings, and Mark Caplinger has joined Mariner Wealth Advisors as CIO.
‘Internet of Things’ Beckons New VC Firm
Moonscape Ventures plans to support innovative technology that interconnects devices, brings the Internet to normal objects and automates everyday tasks.
Kickstarter: The Rosie the Riveter of Investing?
Two recent studies report women have higher rates of success than men in funding their projects through crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
More Investors Get Help With Oil Change Than 401(k) Advice: Schwab
Investors are also more likely to have someone help them landscape or help with their taxes than get help making their 401(k) investment choices.
Sica Launches New Alts Platform
Circle Squared Alternative Investments aims to make investments like real estate, private equity and natural resources more accessible.
Hispanics Seek More Financial Knowledge
Growing up with little to no financial education, Hispanic investors today say they are hungry for more investment knowledge, according to a Wells Fargo survey.
Whistleblowers Abroad Not Protected Under Dodd-Frank, Court Rules
A federal appeals court dismissed a case brought by a whistleblower in China, saying Dodd-Frank's anti-retaliation rules didn't apply overseas.